Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest

Interesting articles pour vous.

Tue, Aug 20, 2013, 11:36


Dystopia alert: the emotional web and how social media companies can monetise your emotions, determine, and then assume what you feel.

Jim CarrollĀ picks 10 acts to see at HWCH.

The crazy, crazy David Miranda detention story keeps rolling. I’m glad the Guardian is like a dog with a bone on this one.

From communism to Coldplay, music in the workplace.

Janelle and Miguel’s lurve song, ‘Primetime’.

NYT editorial on budget cuts to arts endowments.

Going by this cover, it’s kind of inevitable that Kodaline tunes will feature on the X Factor soon.

Cineworld is having a bit of difficulty with the competition regulator in the UK following their acquisition of Picturehouse.

Amanda Seyfried loves James Vincent McMorrow.

J.J. Abrams’ new trailer and the theories of what it’s all about.
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Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’ slowed down sounds awesome.

The Instagram-y Girls teaser for season three. Also, if you’ve always liked the minimal pseudo art deco-inspired Girls titles, this is the company that designed them.

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